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New Machinery Sales

DiPaolo sells and services premium machine tools across North America.

Contact us for your next 3,4, or 5 axis milling, turning, or grinding project.

Remanufacturing, Rebuilding, Retrofitting

Unlock the hidden value that is in your machine shop! We provide only the best Retrofitting, Refurbishing and Rebuilding Services of your metal cutting machine tools.

Large Machining and Way Grinding

DiPaolo has some of the largest and most accurate equipment under one roof in North America. Our team of highly skilled machinists deliver high quality, high accuracy components made of fabrications, castings, and polymer concrete.

Service

Our factory trained technicians are ready to serve you whether you need break down service, planned or preventative maintenance, calibration services, or spindle taper grinding.

Upcoming Events

2020 Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show

Date
May 11 – May 13, 2020

Location
Place Bonaventure
Montreal, QC

We’d love to see you there! 

Case Studies

OPEN MIND and GROB Group host free technical seminar on strategies for 5-axis machining

June 26, 2017

OPEN MIND and GROB Group host  free technical seminar on strategies for 5-axis machining Bluffton, Ohio – The GROB Group and OPEN MIND join forces to offer a two-day technology seminar on August 1-2, 2017.

The manufacturer of universal machining centers partners with the developer of CAM/CAD systems to present highly-innovative production solutions…

Heavy Duty Five Axis Boring Mill Boosts Productivity & Quality

June 9, 2016

TURNING HEADS Heavy duty five axis boring mill boosts productivity, quality Photos and story by Jim Barnes June 2016 Reprinted with permission from Shop Metalworking Technology | www.shopmetaltech.com

THE PROBLEM
Need to machine more complex, mill high quality parts

THE SOLUTION
A five axis boring with head changer

Machine Makeovers

By Mary Scianna
October 14, 2015

Manufacturing is a competitive business so cost-conscious companies have to consider all their options when it comes to upgrading and improving their manufacturing operations.

And since machine tools are usually the largest capital cost component in a shop, manufacturers have to consider whether they need to invest in new machine tools or upgrade their existing equipment.